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Novomatic returns to G2E Asia armed with an array of market-specific and internationally-successful electronic gaming products

Monday, 04 June 2012 17:40
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The new Premium-V+Gaminator multi-game mix comprising a total of 41games

Austria’s Novomatic and its international commercial unit Austrian Gaming Industries will return to G2E Asia this year, occupying Stand 537. Novomatic’s high profile on the exhibition floor reflects its long-standing presence in Asia and also its recent push to roll out individual games and multi-game mixes that are specifically designed to meet the requirements of regional markets.

At the show, Novomatic will unveil the Super-V+ Gaminator III cabinet as part of a RISE OF THE DRAGON jackpot installation with a selection of the latest single games: Garden of Fortune, Golden Scarabs II, Gorilla and Wild Alaska. The all new cabinet features extra wide screens for an in-depth gaming experience, and elegant looks that promise to stand out on the casino floor.

Another highlight is the Novomatic Reel Tournament, which promises to provide operators of slot venues a compelling marketing and promotional tool through real-time tournaments. The Novomatic Reel Tournament on display at G2E Asia will be connected to a bank of Super-V+ Gaminator III machines with the special tournament multi-game mix T1.

On a bank of NOVOSTAR SL2 slant tops Novomatic will showcase a variety of game specials: the market-specific Asian Super-V+ Gaminator mix A2, a selection of the latest single games as well as the new Premium-V+ Gaminator multi-game mix comprising a total of 41 games that are presented in five color-coded logical categories for optimal game recognition and player orientation.

Another area of the stand will be dedicated to the extensive range of Novomatic electronic live games. On a bank of NOVOSTAR SL1 slant top terminals, visitors will be able to experience a wide range of fully animated virtual versions of popular table games, including blackjack, baccarat, bingo, poker, 3-card poker, caribbean poker, Texas hold ’em poker and sic bo, as well as Novo Multi-Roulette and a selection of slot games, all available on each of the connected player terminals.

Also on display will be Octavian’s modular and highly ‘tuneable’ casino management system ACP (Accounting Control Progressives System). The system’s ‘add-on’ functionality includes profit calculation, TITO, cashless and player loyalty and has proved an extremely attractive ‘package solution’.

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